Credentialed Leaders creating the group:
Albert Lichtenstein & Lisa Buck
Time: 7 - 8 p.m. Eastern
Number of meetings and Dates:
10 meetings on the second Tuesday of each month: (2/11/2020; 3/10/2020; 4/14/2020; 5/12/2020; 6/9/2020; 7/14/2020; 8/11/2020; 9/8/2020; 10/13/2020; 11/17/2020).
1.) Identify aspects of challenging practitioner/client relationships which impact their practices.
2.) Define what experiences for the practitioner can be improved through the use of a Balint group.
3.) Differentiate between reactivity and authentic responsiveness in the practitioner/patient relationship.
4.) Identify language that minimizes or detracts from the individuality of the “other”.
5.) Formulate different options for handling challenging patient encounters.
6.) Describe the usefulness of the group process for members as well as case presenters.
7.) Define the relational impact of the work of identifying with a patient.
8.) Contrast Balint group work with conventional case consultation and discuss the applicability of each.
9.) Manage situations where one's usual patient interaction skills do not prompt the usual responses.
10.) Describe other providers' styles of managing tense patient situations.
This live activity, Balint Group Online, with a beginning date of February 11, 2020, has been reviewed and we have applied for up to 10 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The American Balint Society is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The American Balint Society maintains responsibility for this program and its content.